Lidl and Aldi Car accessories

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My missus is an accountant, she'll accept me spending a tenner on flowers, occasionally. Anything more than that.... oh, I do get in bother!

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IF I bought the wife flowers she think there was something up :)

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KennyW wrote:IF I bought the wife flowers she think there was something up :)
Yes.... Darling I've just bought another car.... :lol:

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Yes an old scrap Citroen, oh and I have to collect it from Scotland..... ;-)

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It might be worth calling into your local Lidls. Although they did not show up on their last car bits list, they had snow chains for sale (at £12, 40% less than last time they had them in stock). There are still some branches with the snow chains available, and with the dusting of snow recently I would not expect them to stay in the shops for much longer.

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It's French week in Lidl's - but there's nothing of particular interest for us. :wink:

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van ordinaire wrote:It's French week in Lidl's - but there's nothing of particular interest for us. :wink:
Any decent cheese? I love smelly French cheese :)

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Lidl do an excellent range of cheese Jim. Or should we be saying fromage? ;-) A lot cheaper than most other places as well. :-)

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I only wish we had one in MK... Not sure we have...

If if we do it's well tucked away...

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There are two Jim

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Not showing on there but a storefinder search shows them.

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Ahh, right the other side of town :( A long way away from me and a part of town I never visit...

Thanks anyway Steve ;)

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This coming Sunday (19/02) Lidl are doing some car bits;

http://www.lidl.co.uk/en/our-offers-2491.htm?id=1078

while for the chefs/cooks amongst us they are also doing kitchen products on 23/02, as are Aldi;

http://www.lidl.co.uk/en/our-offers-2491.htm?id=1081
https://www.aldi.co.uk/c/specialbuys/dates/2017-02-23

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That socket set might be worth a look, although I suspect it'll merely triplicate/quadruplicate what I have.

The LED work lamp, though an excellent design (I have a couple of similar ones) is way over-priced. Also it's been in-store for some time, so might be reduced soon.

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In a garage/workshop and with a (I made one) wet carpet nozzle, these are great, good value as well.

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Typically I'm away at a wedding or I'd have bought one of those vacuum cleaners!